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names, bill ackman as ron johnson exits at j.c. penney, ackman on the board there, the largest shareholder at j.c. penney right now. skechers was halted earlier today. it was halted for a good time, because kpmg -- out in l.a. is suspected in eighting in an insider trading scheme. that stock is down right now by about 10%. have investors lost confidence? you can say that again. we asked it about presidents, we're going to ask and answer today about j.c. penney. it begins right now with simon. >> thank you, tyler. the stock is down big today after the resignation, probably the sacking of ron johnson more accurate. scott wapner wrote the story last night. then plummeted when the company announced that the former ceo mike ullman would return to the hot seat. during that time the stock dropped 15%, but don't forget that almost everybody, all issues were down from 2007 to 2009. right now, you can see the stock trades at 14.19, a whopping loss on the day. since johnson took over the company, the stock is down. what must he do immediately to stabilize, to right the ship. >> but first
ruling that j.c. penney can, indeed, sell those goods under that jaycee p. every day label good designs, the stuart. of course, this deal that former ceo runs out some of j.c. penney struck with martha stewart really put martha in the middle. this is what went down over the past year or so in the hotly contested the, highland and closely watched court case. first, macy's has to deal with my the stewart, an exclusive deal into does a six renewed until 2018 to design what the steward branded home goods exclusively from macy's. then in 2011 j.c. penney's struck its own deal with martha stewart to design home goods under the eds acp everyday level. well, macy's attacks suing both. today a judge ruled that j.c. penney is the winner for now. also noting that j.c. penney stock performance and business have been so costly that the judge considered the ruling and averse to j.c. penney's more collateral damage for the company. and if you take a look at the stock chart, you can see, j.c. penney's stock over the past year is down big time. in fact, it was down another and a half% despite is favorab
portfolio. online, mobile, social media. we are the street.com. >>> j.c. penney out. a big shake-up happening today. >> we lk with the comny's ceo about the numbers and the outlook. >> building your nest egg. new strategies to protect your retirement savings. >> all that and more coming up on "nightly business report." >> good evening and welcome to our public television, viewers. a big management shake-up late in the day. >> right after the market closed, the ceo, ron johnson is out after just a year and a half in the job. now mike ullman has been named interim ceo. j.c. penney's sales dropped 25% in johnson's first year at the helm, and then during his tenure the stock tumbled 50%. >> joining us now with more on what happened and what's next for the company, our courtney reagan. >> good evening to you both, tyler and susi i'm actually standing outside the new york courthouse because earlier today the trial resumed between macy's martha stewart. johnson's turn around plan just hasn't taken hold. sales down precipitously and now it appears that johnson is stepping down. that is t
a strategy, and j.c. penney with a hail mary pass. issue one, tebow let go, new york jets latest former quarterback never had a prayer, benched all was last seen when jets said he would their next big thing, monica, this is a debacle. because, why would you bring a guy over to just sit on a bench, then after all that, let him go. robbing him of what could be a very productive year? a young guy, but betting older, screwed him older. >> i think most people believed he would be cut loose, last year, i think that big mistake that management made was letting this become such a big distraction. neil: they brought it i upon themselves, poorly handled. >> he is kind of a spiritual figure you could say. neil: the jets are now god less? >> maybe, and they are without a few dollar signs you can market him. neil: i don't know where he goes, but todd, look at a business transaction, seemed stupid to me, now i thihat jets have a half dozen quarterbacks, none seem to be good. so, like a promise in a recruit, but i tell you, something that lacks people skills, what is going on? >> that sure seems to be
johnson to this date. and the board of j.c. penney. i spoke to him a moment ago when it became known that the former ceo took a tour of the new j.c. penney proto type store. he hopes that the new prototype works. that many are counting on it. he described ron johnson during his visit. he has been incredibly critical of as delightful and energetic. he said the shops look good but the customer will decide whether this new thing actually works. we will find out when that first shop is scheduled to open in may. the largest shareholder, has the big long position in j.c. penney was making comments today as well at a conference up in boston and he said the criticism of j.c. penney, and he has been ron johnson's biggest defender and j.c. penney's biggest defender to date. in his words, too much change too quickly without adequate testing and that so far the execution has been -- again, in bill's words, something very close to a disaster. no surprise then that we just found out in the annual report that ron johnson got no bonus. his total pay was $1.9 million after some 50 some on million a y
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. penney. is there breaking news there? judge says j.c. penney is going to be able to sell non-branded martha stewart products. >> we do have breaking news. j.c. penney will be allowed to sell non-branded martha designed products. this stands through the end of the trial when we hear the judge's final decision. they will be allowed to sell non-branded martha designed products. >> we know more now about what's going to happen with j.c. penney. out goes johnson. in comes mike oman in the seat. now they will get the advantage that they wanted to sell martha's materials but not the branded version. >> we had two pieces of news that tell us this company is stabilizing. i think he comes in and they have to calm things down. >> you have got these interestk personalities here. probably talked to his book just a bit, shockingly, that the stock is going to be $75 this year. basically to make him whole but he's taking a path in j.c. penney stock. >> ron johnson is a big debate out there. sales plummeted after his no sale comment. the stock plummeted throughout his tenure and yet there are
or the other. then is this retailer. neil: -- j.c. penney, shares up 12% after former ceo ron johnson was ousted, the new boss is giving j.c. penney a second chance. >> we've seen trends in retail, the last ceo leaving bucked the trend too much. consumers wanted sales and products, they were not getting it what this led to was a lack of buyer and brand confident, when consumers go to the store they want to know what they get, and what to expect, when they don't it caused them to worry about, perhaps that company no longer believes in same things i do. if the consumers feel that store hathere back that means increase sales and stock price. neil: you know not first time a unpopular ceo or embattled ceo has left and the stock soars, i don't think we'll see -- it this for last time. >> they will recycle ceos until j.c. penney has gone the way of woolworths, the problem that derrick said, they had those problems before, that is why the new guy was brought in to do the every day low price walmart thing, but j.c. penney lost its way, why would anyone now go to jc pen over a walmart, a target
actually be working. however, ad revenues are still lagging on the digital platform. j-c penney and and macy's continue to fight over martha stewart. the retailers were back in court yesterday after a mediation effort apparently failed. the question is whether macy's has an exclusive right to sell certain martha stewart branded merchandise. martha stewart omnimedia struck a deal with j-c penney last year to sell its branded products. macy's says that deal is a breach of contract it has to sell martha stewart products exclusively. martha stewart omnimedia made the deal with j-c penney when now ousted ceo ron johnson was at the helm. no word yet on how johnson's departuure might impact the case. britain's "iron lady" has died. margaret thatcher, england's first female prime minister, died yesterday after a stroke. she was 87. politically formidable, and a strong proponent of free- markets, thatcher spent her career transforming britain's economy. she dubbed it "a culture of dependency" and set it on a course of far fewer government controls. if you could renovate fort knox to hous
that the board moved him out and moved him in. it's possible he could stay, but at this point j.c. penney is using the words interim ceo. it has happened in the past that these interims become permanent, but as with best buy, the new interim ceo did not become the permanent. >> courtney, i think the $1 million question here is, is j.c. penney fixable, no matter who's the ceo? >> i think it is fixable. i think the big question is how and how long it will take. they are in the middle of a very big turnaround plan. they've torn out the guts of the old j.c. penney and they're building a brand-new model. so what do they do now? do they stop? do they do something new? a number of analysts think it is fixable. telling cnbc's scott wopner that he believes it is fixable. i don't know what's going to happen. this is late-breaking news and we're still asking a lot of questions. >> courtney reagan, thanks very much. >> also in the news tonight, a better than expected earnings from alcoa. the aluminum giant is the first dow component to turn in quarterly results. here are the numbers. alcoa earned 11
will allow j.c. penney to sell the jcp every day merchandise at this point. the trial itself, potentially weeks from being over and when the final decision comes down. all of that could change very quickly. >> and you are going to be back in the courthouse next week and we will be counting on your reports from there. thank you so much, courtney. courtney reagan reporting on j.c. penney. our market monitor guest said that the pull back is a good thing. so, ann, you are be looking for a 10% pull back. you said you would welcome it. why should investors welcome that? >> it's hard to know how much of a pull back we will get if any at all. i'm hopeful that we will get some. i think the market has gotten ahead of fundmentals right now. so it's the multiple that is increasing but not necessarily the earnings. i think we are headed into the -- into the announcement season and preannouncement season for q1 and if we see too many disappoints -- disappointments that i think it will be selling off. >> is this as good as it gets? investors were hoping for a summer rally? >> i think after a 13% run in
, you kn, a lot of what ha is going on at j.c. penney will depend on consumers spending money in that store. there's so many issues there. let's start with the court battle. a r a lot of news coming out of the courthouse, what is the latest? >> so what happened today, the judge ruled that jc opini krmp. will be allowed to sell the goods that martha stuart designed but do not have her label. many of the products are in the cagories that macy's is arguing that they have the exclusive right to sell. the analyst values the inventory at $100 million. so the judge will allow j.c. penney to sell the jcp every day merchandise at this point. the trial itself, potentially weeks from being over and when the final decision comes down. all of that could change very quickly. >> and you are going to be back in the courthouse next week and we will be counting on your reports from there. thank you so much, courtney. courtney reagan reporting on j.c. penney. our market monitor guest said that the pull back is a good thing. so, ann, you are be looking for a 10% pull back. you said you would welc
seen there. the nasdaq, just 8 percent of the nasdaq. another closely watched name. j.c. penney, the total opposite situation. they may have reason to smile. a desperate need of cash. not a breaking story, but it could get the $500 million infusion in the form of a loan from wells fargo. that would apparently be back by the retailers' inventory and accounts receivable. let's focus on the markets as you mentioned, don't count down earnings. we have ibm on deck. right now the markets are reflecting the nonbelievers out there. doreen, what you believe that is? >> clearly we have a change in sentiment from the traders. plenty of people that are welcoming these downdrafts money back into the market. still pretty well liked. we still have a lot of corporate earnings taking place, so there is good news in months all of these. liz: i guess you can say that is true, right now we are just awful close of the session, down about 117. there is clear negativity. i am less worried about that than i am in something that the traders may seek. he tommy. >> we have been watching the copper market.
not to do. the ceo of j.c. penney is out after taking the department store chain from bad to worse. >>> the national lead at this hour, the sigh fair campus of lone star college near houston is sealed off after police say a student went building to building stabbing people seemingly at random. at least 14 people are wounded. four victims had to be flown to the hospital and two are said to be in critical condition. one suspect, a student at lone star, is in custody at this time. there is so much about this case that we still don't know. >> we do not know exactly what type of weapon was used. other than to say that it is at this point an unknown instrument. we don't know whether a knife or some other type of instrument. >> you may remember lone star college was in the news in january when three people were shot on one of its other campuses. i'm joined on the phone now by robert resa with the volunteer fire department and also with maya, a freshman. what did you see go down on campus today? >> what i saw were the victims laying down bleeding and the emt and the police officers trying
-fishing, close to an 8% stake in j.c. penney and roughly a quarter billion dollars in that. amazon are bringing in a ton of money and just as fast. and shipping centers across the u.s. and hiring a lot more workers. and this, carlos slim, the richest man in the world, cashing in big on those free cell phones that we hand out in america. and cell phones for the poor. we've got that story for you. plus, the opening bell next. >> four minutes from now, the markets open and it should be pretty flat for stocks, but gold is up again. let's bring in our friend from chicago, the man in the cow jacket because i have to ask about gdp. a 2 1/2% growth rate for an annualized basis, i don't think that's very good, scott what. about you? >> the only word i can come up with right now is embarrassing. think about all the money and the kitchen sink that we've thrown at this economy and the best we can do is 2 1/2%? stuart, i'm more worried about the fact that people are expectant of those types of numbers, that's not the america i grew up in it should be 6 or 7% with the amount of money we've thrown it at this
tried to make j.c. penney into jack penny, he failed, the stock is down. and champagne in the streets, celebrating the passing of margaret thatcher, shameful. >> and how about this, the white house says we're going to cap your retirement savings. you work, you save, but we know how much you need. and here comes grover norquist, why is louisiana dropping its tax cut plan? "varney & company" about to begin. ♪ >> they're playing the music, so dare we put j.c. penney on death watch after the company gives ron johnson the boot? in his year and a half on the job, the man who invented apples operation, tried to recreate the brand. he failed. they're going to bring in a former chief and keep things going. look at the stock price, it's going down big and we played the organ music, i'm not sure we should have, but we did. and louisiana's governor bobby jindal backing down after intense criticism. and grover norquist is with us, i say it's a big hit to your cause. what do you say? >> actually what governor jindal's done has written a plan to abolish the income tax plan and, said to the legisl
johnson, who was fired tonight from jc -- who is stepping down from the ceo job at j.c. penney, and not a moment too soon. something we will certainly address later on when we remove his ignominious visage from our own wall of shame. we do however believe in our president, and when he says as he did as recently as four weeks ago that the u.s. economy could collapse because of the sequester, he does have the ability to freeze hiring and frighten people beyond belief. did he use the term collapse? i heard the same thing you did. which was to be afraid. be very afraid. now, i didn't know how badly the nation's business psyche was hurt by the president. president obama's endless pronouncements. even as one of my favorite columnists peggy noonan hailed him as the fear monger in chief. the vast majority took the president seriously when he warned of chaos and gigantic layoffs. think about it, are you going to apply for a loan to start a new business if you know there are going to be layoffs that could rival those of 2007 to 2009? are you going to hire more aggressively even as the fe
. i like what i saw. >> want to talk about j.c. penney. we were watching their stock yesterday. the price of their stock when it negatively. >> they are bringing back exit ceo and wanted to get rid of him but now they're bringing him back. they have been so bad for about six quarters. johnson, is out. he has been executed beautifully. j.c. penney so first from people who do not shop at department stores anymore. there's just too much space, too much inventory. j.c. penney is under pressure. they figured if they bring back this ex ceo this will help and.them. >> you mentioned that he helped shape the apple store. he did help revamp target. he is no dummy when it comes to retail. is it out of the rim? >> i try not to speculate. what i like to see it happen yes. i know someone who used to work under him and his eight era against duke.. might t fit. >> you mention bernanke yesterday. >> ultimately, he stated that the economy is now where he wanted to be. therefore, money people like myself see low-cost and he wants to help mortgages get a more refinanced at lower rates. i say that
: long before he came out, j.c. penney was floundering? i don't know, maybe they -- bottom line, not getting it done. >> you know neil with this is there are several lesson to learn, don't try to over think the retail buyer, just follow what they are doing. we know they like sales, we know they like good deals and quality, set up a model based on those three things, you will ash a track klein you want. two -- you will attract the clients you want. >> you have to know what they are spending money ofor the life of me, i have a hard tiie figuring out what j.c. penney is. >> that is -- >> go ahead. >> one thing they are looking at now how do they have a core brand structure, one thing we learned from consumer is, what with a tight economy people choose price over the quality of product. and if consumers want to do that whwise retailerss will realize f we want to bring in revenue that we may not want to bridge in but buck. >> j.c. penney was not doing that great in first place, i measured itny stock price by stock price performance. it was at 40, now 15, ron johnson came and and star
is live from the floor of the new york stock exchange with a look at j.c. penney. >> and a rare upday lately for j.c. penney. the stock is up two plus percent right now. the news is that much earlier than analysts had expected, j.c.p. is drawing about $850 billion from a $1.85 billion credit line. it needs to restock shvl shelves and replenish the inventory, not to mention launching the home stores. j.c. penney needs the money to do that. they're also bulking up their homes division at a time when the housing specter is doing better. they're trying to bulk that up again. perhaps to the old 20% where it was. and as you can see, in many ways with the new c.e.o. of j.c. penney, it's trying to get back to the way j.c. penney used to be but that system didn't work, either. so this is still a very confusing story for j.c. penney and shoppers and investors. back to you. cheryl: depressing for shareholders might be a better term. thank you very much. dennis: supreme court taking up a factoring case with wild implication for bio tech. can human genes be patented? we're live outside the high co
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as the ceo of j.c. penney. formal announcement to come any time forward. but the news is, according to a source, and a reliable one, familiar with the situation, that ron johnson is no longer the ceo of j.c. penney. we all know what's happening with the stock over the last year, down 50% over that time. ron johnson taking over at ceo of j.c. penney in june of 2011. wow, shares rose 17.5% that day, so much more optimism about what ron johnson of apple was going to do when he came to j.c. penney. he put in that new, no-sale strategy from the get-go,t
man wrought to j.c. penney, probably the worst i have ever seen of any company that i have followed. maybe not even just retail. yeah, it was that bad. i'm jim cramer. i will see you tomorrow. >> good arry od evening i'm larry islow, this kudlow, this is "kudlow report." one of the greatest champions of free markets died today, margaret thatcher died. tonight, we will look at her great accomplishments and her collaboration with ronald reagan in the fight for freedom, whether britain and the rest of the world have is forgotten all she fought to give us. there's a big dark cloud on the horizon, how dare team obama cap your retirement funds? how dare they tell us how to live? this is america, that means freedom. the "kudlow report" begins right now. >> up first tonight, the sizzle story, let's remember one of britain's greatest ministers, she stopped socialism in england and promoted free market views. she stopped the british labor unions and she attempted to lower government, and privatized state run companies and put the city of london back on the map with big bang pfree markets. had
.. >> you do not want to invest. >> j.c. penney is continuing to lose market share and wal-mart is increasing market share. there are so many tickets were ideas to register i've not been in a j.c. penney in the least 20 years. and his recent new ideas did not relate take shape. he was recently let go, the new ceo of j.c. penney. before, he worked for apple. i think that he is trying to reinvent a store within a store. raleigh, j.c. penney started in the 1920's, 1930's. >> he was only the ceo for 17 months. >> checking the traffic. at this hour. first, san jose. the guadeloupe overpass in the headlights are hheading south bound. and traffic not that bad but look at the bay bridge toll plaza! no problems. no backups. the walnut creek interchange 680-24 interchange into the golden gate bridge. a bit sluggish but not that bad. relatively well at this hour. we will be back. ♪ [ a [coustiusc guitar: upbeat] [ dog ]g we found it together. on a w aalk, wk,alk, walk. love to walk. yeah, we, found that wonderful thing. and yod u smilsmed. and threw i. and ani decided i would never
're a bull on j.c. penney and you think we're at or near a bottom, this is some of the best news you could have gotten. he is now running a family office with about $25 billion in capital. his investment is a passive one. it's a 13 g filing and he says as part of it that he's not going to use this ownership to affect change in the way the company is run or who is running it. >>> sue. >> avon announcing that long time board member fred has resigned and that doug was taking over the role of ç non-executive chairman. says that he is leaving to focus on other professional commitments. can google predict the direction of the stock market? and more bad news for apple. >> iphone shipments are at record lows. samsung smart phone sales are soaring. and the competition is heating up with amazon. "power lunch" takes on the struggling i con economy. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 when i'm trading, i'm totally focused. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and the streetsmart edge trading platform from charles schwab... tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 gives me tools that help me find opportunities more easily. tdd#:
of this hour. the 7 early movers, j.c. penney has a commitment for 1 3/4 billion dollar loan arranged by goldman sachs, and up 17.47, another 2% up on j.c. penney. did you buy name brand or generic drugs at the pharmacy. valeant up in talks. and activas. and hotels, higher profits at the industrial products maker eton, sales disappointment and up 2 bucks on eaton. and penske auto group runs car dealerships, 30 bucks on penske. and j.c. penney names matt zames, as the former leaves and he's going to run first data corporation. the dow is up 20 points. we showed you this at the top of the hour, a flyer produced by the u.s. government that advertises stood stamps for illegal immigrants. how do you feel about that? eric bolling is here next. clients are always learning more to make their money do more. (a) to help me plan my next move, i take scottrade's free, in-branch seminars... plustheir live webinars. i use daily market commentary to improve my strategy. and my local scottrade office guides my learning every step of the way. because they know i don't trade like everybody. i trade lik
, very profitable. it's not good enough, the stock is down. so let's move on to j.c. penney. it's desperate for cash now, trying to raise a billion dollars. so give me the stock price, please. >> it's interesting, i don't know if you saw the post the other day with ackman and him saying he he's going to hold on to j.c. penney. it's at 14.90, trying to beef it up, and hire blackstone as their advisor and see what happens with it. and he and the other shareholders are prepared to add capital to get this thing up and running, competitive and better company than what it ever was. stuart: ackman said-- >> i added that part in myself. stuart: ackman thinks it's worth $70 a share. come in, charles. they need a billion dollars. and 70 a share? are you buying it. charles: not yet. they've gone through this before and it's a big enough brand and do the right thing and take their time. i think that ron johnson wanted to hit a grand slam right off the bat. you can't change a lumbering giant. stuart: we're close to 15,000, we've opened down 45, stabilized on the down side and not fallen any
wanted in on ron's cool. and retailer j.c. penney sorely needed cool. actually j.c. penney sorely needed cash and johnson seemed just the retail ticket. a marketing maestro whose knack for selling was the stuff of legend. selling devices ain't exactly the same as selling devices. same as selling dresses. cool didn't carry. folks happily hang out at apple stores, jcpenney y not so much. in one of the most remarkable corporate tumults in history, from savior to stooge in less time than you can say do you fries with that? i suspect he's learned how quickly things change in life, especially when he remembers where he was a year ago. just like jay leno, also all that and king of the talk show show hill a year ago. or matt lauer who had just signed a huge contract as king of the morning show hill about a year ago. kings all until it all went kaput. i guess such is the ladder of life. the same ladder my dad used to advise me to remember who i was passing on the way up because i sure as heck would be bumping into them on the way down. he was right about my staying humble. one of the qualities i
. >> they are talking about even bringing the bathrooms smaller. and in the losers' we have macy's and j.c. penney they are back in court today battling over martha stewart. >> i think the entire department store is a loser. j.c. penney stock has been a disaster. old. martha stewart is 71 years old and i like martha stewart but what is the company going to do after she passes. her daughter has no interest. j.c. penney needs it is to survive is a store in a store is a brilliant concept. but people like to purchase a shirt that is the duty% off. and one which is called a $25. but he is a great ceo but i think that he is the wrong fit for j.c. penney. >> and martha stewart as a long-term brand. >> yes they are fighting it is not going to be breeding forever. >> the other loser is microsoft there is word that they are going to be debuting their own version of cool glass google glasses.. >> by 2018 they will not be relevant in the desktop but the new x box slated for later this month that will be released is possibly going to be successful. n f l is bringing nnew developments. apple-is bringing new dev
to nicole because we have a winner. okay, not just united health care, but do you believe this? j.c. penney. what is going on, nicole. >> on a day when we're down 150 points. take a look at j.c. penney, it's up 5%. this is a stock that over the last 52 weeks is down more than 52%. and down more than that. and it's obviously been plagued by weak sales and ron johnson came in to try to save the company and did not do so. today is the day that they lifted their shares to a neutral from a sell, not saying buy, but they're being a little more optimistic here, saying it seems that business has picked up and this is what they wrote and their quote. we cannot be certain what sales will look like for the quarter, but we believe it's safe to say that traffic and sales have improved. stuart: wait a second, wait a second, analyst goes from sell to neutral and the stock goes up 5% and they say business is a little improved and that's good for a 5% gain. nicole: can't say for sure, you left out another point. but it seems as their guess and they believe that we may see, maybe, that sales and also maybe t
in pleasanton are studying surveillance video after a burglary at the j.c. penney store. the burglary happened at 2:00 a.m. at the stoneridge mall. someone smashed several jewelry cases and got away with multiple items. at this point, the investigators don't know whether the burglar gained access through an unlocked door or broke in. so far, no arrests have been made. >>> the commissioner of major league baseball has declined a request from san jose mayor chuck reed for a face-to-face meeting. mayor reed wanted to meet with selig to discuss the issues blocking the issues to move the as. but selig sent a letter back saying they the communication he -- economics he form -- the commission he formed four years ago is in contact with san jose. >>> this is a new addition at the bay area zoo. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. this week, a crazy low price on tide, $10.99 for 100 ounces. skip the warehouse. quilted northern is $10.99 for 24 double rolls. and dryer's ice cream is just $2.99. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingre
nearly 2%. >>> shares at j.c. penney jumped 5.5% today on a report that the troubled retailer is considering ways to borrow against the real estate by issuing date. jcp closed at $15.19 a share. >> and whirlpool announced a dividend increase, saying that they expect a sustained growth. all the new homes coming out will need aappliances they sell kitch kitchen-aid and maytag products. they were up better than 3% today one. >> one of the stars of the market was ww granger. it sells equipment and supplies to other companies and institutions. their first quarter improved by 13% and led the s&p 500 gaining 7.5%. that works out to $16 to $241 a share. >>> and gold prices regained a bit of their glitter today, up $26 an ounce but that is coming off the biggest one day drop in prices in 33 years on monday. with prices falling $140. if you own gold, even old jewelry that you are thinking of selling for cash. you may be wondering if now is the time to sell. jane wells takes us to a california company, where prices for gold and silver are creating a rush of customers. >> we have 23 kilos
are studying surveillance video after a burglary at the j.c. penney store. the burglary happened at 2:00 a.m. at the stoneridge mall. someone smashed several jewelry cases and got away with multiple items. at this point, the investigators don't know whether the burglar gained access through an unlocked door or broke in. so far, no arrests have been made. >>> the commissioner of major league baseball has declined a request from san jose mayor chuck reed for a face-to-face meeting. mayor reed wanted to meet with selig to discuss the issues blocking the issues to move the as. but selig sent a letter back saying they the communication he -- economics he form -- the commission he formed four years ago is in contact with san jose. >>> this is a new addition at the bay area zoo. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. this week, a crazy low price on tide, $10.99 for 100 ounces. skip the warehouse. quilted northern is $10.99 for 24 double rolls. and dryer's ice cream is just $2.99. real big deals this week and every
'm not chasing this t marke, but if you got to look for a turn around, check out j.c. penney. >> interesting. very good call. what about jonathan, you've been hot, stay hot. >> thanks. the biggest sports team in the world, it's not the yankees or the cubshe or 49ers. it's manchester united. they just won their 29th premiere league victoryhe in europe. publicly traded, but brands are doing well and this is a stock i want in my fund. >> oh, boy. i go for real football. thank you. before we go, "cashin' in" wants to say congratulations to the 43rd president on the opening of the bush library in dallas, all five livinghe presidents attended. good to see bipartisanship and some really heart warming moments between 41 and 43. remember to weigh in on all the topics we just discussed on twitter. have a great weekend, everybody. >> hello,g i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle and others. it's 5:00 o'clock in new york city and this is "the five". >> president o chalk up anotherh first. he became the first sitting president to address america's largest abortion provider, planned parenthood. watch.
of j.c. penney they do not have a language leash to run. -- long leash to run to would not surprisee at all. >> it would not, you have to wonder in case of j.c. penney or other companies that have seen it, does that work out to boot out a ceo get somebody new? a lot of time company seen a big that takes three ceos to get out. not just making one change. neil: all right guys, thank you both very much. in meantime, we know if the feds are right, this guy is an enemy, we know he had moran enough bombs to make him a combatant, why does not that make dzhokhar tsarnaev an enemy thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. neil: dzhokhar tsarnaev is not going to gitmo. he will be tried in american courts for legal reasons, but what if i told fur
of j.c. penney they do not have a language leash to run. -- long leash to run to would not surprise me at all. >> it would not, you have to wonder in case of j.c. penney or other companies that have seen it, does that work out to boot out a ceo get somebody new? a lot of time company seen a big that takes three ceos to get out. not just making one change. neil: all right guys, thank you both very much. in meantime, we know if the feds are right, this guy is an enemy, we know he had moran enough bombs to make him a combatant, why does not that make dzhokhar tsarnaev an enemy combatant. what if i told you, it's actually cheaper not to. to fly home for the big family reunion. you must be garth's father? hello. mother. mother! traveling is easy with the venture card because you can fly airline anytime. two words. double miles! this guy can act. wanna play dodge rock? oh, you guys! and with double miles you can actuay use, you never miss the fun. beard growing conte and go! ♪ win! what's in your wallet? neil: dzhokhar tsarnaev is not going to gitmo. he will be tried in american courts for
as j.c. penney ceo. being given the boot after failing to turn around the founder and department store chain. a former executive at apple where his huge success was running the apple stores, but his decision to get rid of coupons for an everyday low-price strategy bond causing the store to flip-flop and reintroduced promotion is just a few weeks ago. replacing johnson effective immediately. he served as ceo of j.c. penney until late 2011. stocks surging more than 10% after hours before changing course in dropping dramatically, now down nearly 7%. coming a little later in the show, a new threat to your identity. while members of violent groups are coming after your money. stay with us. ♪ she knows you likeo one else. and you wouldn't have it any other way. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, at could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily ed tablet approved to treat ed and symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently o
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